THE TALISMAN and HOARDED GOLD

West, R. Murray

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Reseña del editor: This Novel is based on many memories of the author with names changed for obvious reasons. Richard Leas is the main character in the book and for the most part covers his time in the Army of United States. The Novel starts with the birth of his Mother and the death of his Grandmother. As a young child he finds a $5.00 gold piece, the coin is an Indian Head dated 1912. he finds this coin under bazzar circumstances and it becomes his Charm of Good Luck, saving his life for as long as he wears it suspended around his neck. A draftee into the service in April 1941 he is sent to Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland. In October 1942 he is transferred to Frankford Arsenal as the Duty Sergeant-Payroll Clerk and Medical Tech. In May of 1944 he is shipped to Ft. Eustace. Then to Camp Grant, Ill. Where he is given a six week refresher basic training course. Then shipped to Camp Anza, Calif. To await shipment overseas. Boarded troop ship in Port of Wilmington, Calif. On August 28th 1944. Arrived Bombay, India Oct. 7th 1944. Boarded old Indian train - Very crowded conditions - no running water latrine a hole in the floor. K-Rations for six days and nights travel from Bombay to Calcutta. Then by truck 45 miles over dusty roads to Kanchapara near Burma border. Where we slept in Pyramidial tents, six men to a tent. This was the distribution point, from here the soldiers were assigned. Some men were sent to Assam, some to China over the Hump from Dum-Dum India twenty miles from Karachi 1300 mile north west through New Delhi to our final destination the Muslim Hostel in Karachi, India. (Now part of Packistan)

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Título: THE TALISMAN and HOARDED GOLD
Editorial: AuthorHouse 2004-08-11
Año de publicación: 2004
Encuadernación: Paperback
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